• Title: Melancholic Delight
  • Author: Tista Ray
  • ISBN: 9789382303015
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
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    Melancholic Delight There s no love like the first love There s no feeling like the desperation to attain true love Love or lust matters not when two eyes meet uniting the souls at once It s this love which frees Sri fr
    There s no love like the first love There s no feeling like the desperation to attain true love Love or lust matters not when two eyes meet, uniting the souls at once It s this love which frees Sri from the reign of darkness and makes her heart rise to lofty heights of anticipated passion with no one to pull her back to reality It s Jishu, who appears as the first ray There s no love like the first love There s no feeling like the desperation to attain true love Love or lust matters not when two eyes meet, uniting the souls at once It s this love which frees Sri from the reign of darkness and makes her heart rise to lofty heights of anticipated passion with no one to pull her back to reality It s Jishu, who appears as the first ray of hope in her overshadowed life and showers her with the ultimate sense of freedom, which she has been craving for He fills her life with the long awaited perfection To a flawed person he appears as the flawless He becomes one among her most perfect acquaintances, but is he really as unblemished as he appears to be If so, can a flawed person risk a life with the flawless Do opposites really attract each other or it deviate them from their normal avenues of life It s a deeply compelling love affair which takes the readers back to their childhood memories and brings back to them the essence of true love.The changing relations of a man s life add force to the much ordinary teenage passion The book is not just about love It s about a journey called life which either ends in melancholy or in delight.

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    1. *I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.*I thought the plot of this book was really strong; (view spoiler)[ a school girls distant relationship with her mother, the struggles of your first love and a mother's reservation to her daughters first love(hide spoiler)] .(view spoiler)[ Sri and Jishu's relationship changed so much that often it was hard to keep up. (hide spoiler)] This lead me to believe that Melancholic Delight might have been best served as a full length nove [...]

    2. What do I thinkThis story is so different; written different, narrated different and uses words that are maybe a little too descriptive.This is about first loves and a little about reminded me of when I was at school. Some lovely quotes. It's an insightful read but I wouldn't call it a story.It's hard to rate because it's very different. The Indian family rituals were interesting. I'm really not sure what to make of, confusing at times, rather insightful at times.3 stars.

    3. Review : Melancholic DelightTista RayMelancholic Delight by Tista RayGenre: Romance or YA Publisher: Smriti Publishers Rating : 3.5 starsBook blurb:‘There’s no love like the first love. There’s no feeling like the desperation to attain true love. Love or lust matters not when two eyes meet, uniting the souls at once’It’s this love which frees Sri from the reign of darkness and makes her heart rise to lofty heights of anticipated passion with no one to pull her back to reality. It’s J [...]

    4. A refreshing, unique novel about a young Indian woman's coming of age story. Sri falls in love with Jishu hard. Could that love she buries in her heart for him become any stronger? As you read, you wonder if it's possible, but it is. This is a story of a high school student's final years as she struggles to find a way to express her love for a boy in her class.I was unsure of the book when I first starting reading. The language is different and the way of narration isn't your standard romance no [...]

    5. There’s no love like the first love. There’s no feeling like the desperation to attain true love. Love or lust matters not when two eyes meet, uniting the souls at once’It’s this love which frees Sri from the reign of darkness and makes her heart rise to lofty heights of anticipated passion with no one to pull her back to reality. It’s Jishu, who appears as the first ray of hope in her overshadowed life and showers her with the ultimate sense of freedom, which she has been craving for. [...]

    6. Originally published on BookwormSimi's Blissful Blog: lovedbooksonce.wordpress The cover caught my attention first. No doubt, I liked it. The title was intriguing enough for me to keep thinking whether the book ends with a melancholy note or not.This is the story of Sri and Jishu, two typical teenagers. Sri has a strained relationship with her mother. She’s not closed to her father even. Naturally, she’s longing to be belonged with someone who gives her a breath of fresh air. On the other ha [...]

    7. This book was only a hand full of pages. So for a very short read I found this book to be very nice. The cover of the book is lovely and gives off this mystery that you just have to know what is behind that cover. Within this book, love was used a lot. Yet I am mixed about it. I do enjoy that it was age appropriate for Sri and Jishu. Some books aren't as age appropriate as they appear. The way everything was told and expressed was lovely and brought the book to life in same way. Like at points o [...]

    8. [Received an ARC for an honest review]I was eager to start reading this book when I saw the title. I don't know why but the words "Melancholic Delight" quite caught my attention. In addition to this, the cover of the book looks mysterious, which I also liked.The story is about a not-so-good mother-daughter relationship between Sri and her Mom. Maybe some readers will relate to this kind of situation (Sometimes, I do. Hehe)As the story went on, I felt like I am lost and no longer connected to the [...]

    9. *I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.*The cover is just awesome, just caught my attention.(and I think it's reflects to the story also) "There’s no love like the first love. There’s no feeling like the desperation to attain true love. Love or lust matters not when two eyes meet, uniting the souls at once." Two young in love, Sri and Jishu. In one hand Sri had not so good relationship with her mother, and mostly went to school and home.It's about the way how they f [...]

    10. ARC received for honest review.I'm really sorry to say that I just didnt like this story. I didn't like the main characters, I felt no connection to them nor did I really care for their story. How can you fall in love with someone because they said you were nice to your mum??? I didn't get this at all! The writing style is completely different to anything ive read before and whilst it was beautifully written at times it was too descriptive and I found myself having to re-read a number of lines o [...]

    11. I did not like this book. The first person narration in this book is tiring and almost after 3 or 4 sentences all sentences starts with "It was", Which after some pages kept a buzzing in my ear and mind. The story was stated in continuous time but as a reader i felt disconnected from the story. Complete writing was like an women is looking back into her own diary written when she was 13-14 years age. In every sentence it almost reflects how much she actually hated her own decisions in past. Thou [...]

    12. i received ARC for my honest opinion, in the beginning it was a little hard to follow. but has you get deeper in the story you see a love story starting to form between sri and jishu. i would have like for the story to have a little more background in the beginning so that you would have the understanding of the dialogue that the characters have. but all in all it was a good love story and the struggles that many have when you love someone but that person won't give you the time of day or they d [...]

    13. This is a story of first loves and first heartbreaks.It's a story of the expectations that ride upon first loves and the naivety that comes with it.Sri expects so much from her first love and in the end-after a serious wake up call-realizes that everyone has a different way of expressing their love.Jishu may come off as a jerk in the beginning, but I gradually warmed up to him.I liked the setting of this book and how there were glimpses of Indian and Bengali culture. It seemed realistic.The endi [...]

    14. lovebooksblogbooksI received a copy of this book free from the author in return for an honest review.Now, I know this is Tista Rays first novel, and she is a young author which is fantastic!But I must say, I didn't love this book, but nor did I dislike it. Therefore I gave it 3 stars on .This is a love story between 2 teenagers Jishu and Sri.Tista was very good at describing how Sri was feeling, and it did give you some understanding of her situation with her mother too. But I just wasn't pulled [...]

    15. I love the title of this book! It really snagged me when I started reading this short story. The author really stuck to the traditions of India and portrayed a realistic story. The imagery in this book is beautifully written and give the reader a clear view for what is being seen by the author. You feel like you are watching a movie, with how the author shares what her vision is of the environment the characters are seeing, as well how their feelings. Sri has such strong emotions and reader feel [...]

    16. I received this book from the author in exchange for a honest review.I must say that it is different from other book that i have read, by the way it is written very descriptive, it cost me a bit to understand was how Sri believed that Jishu loved her with only tell her mom that she behaved well in class, and near the end of the book I felt a longing for the way she behave with Jishu, I wanted to tell her what happened with you sorry that ended that way somehow I wish they had another chance

    17. A pleasant story; an attractive book cover. Sri's first love is Jishu, her classmate. Sri said,'There's no feeling as like the desperation to attain true love.'Sri said,' I long for freedom and Jishu alone can shower me with the ultimate sense of freedom.'Sri said,' The more I was drawn to the negativity of life, the more I was realising the need of my lucky charm and was repenting for my failure to hold on to his love.'Sri's mom said,' I would have never commented on your friendship if it would [...]

    18. * i received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.*Sorry but I didn't like this book, I didn't feel a connections with the characters. Sometimes I needed to read the lines again to get a beter meaning of it or was it the different writing style, I don't know. This was just not a book for me.

    19. Ingeniously put up, gifted and entrancing, you will get pleasure from how the writer covenant with the theme of the lone individual each one of us has to transact, with the aficionado possibly will at the moment identify himself on the distant sphere.

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